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Tigers have successful weekend in Idaho

NAMPA, Idaho — The La Grande wrestling team had a few bright spots at the Rollie Lane Invitational Saturday.


Tigers win number seven

La Grande kept its early season success going Friday.

 


Warnock keeps momentum going at home tournament

Confidence can snowball, and right now Wyatt Warnock is an avalanche.


Area athletes claim three titles in Joseph

JOSEPH — It was a day for accomplishing goals up in Joseph. Whether it was the pursuit of the championship trophy or the assurance that goals were on the right track, Union and Wallowa county athletes got what they wanted.


Johnson leads Panthers past Adrian

IMBLER — Kyle Johnson nearly netted a triple double, while the Imbler boys basketball cruised to a 54-25 win at home against Adrian Thursday.

Johnson, a senior, finished with 11 points, nine rebounds and eight assists against a short-handed Antelopes team. Adrian played with six players through most of the game, and had eight players in total available for the game.


Tiger tested

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La Grandeís Brandon Dall lays in ball in off the glass during a 64-55 win against Pendleton Thursday night. (CHRIS BAXTER/The Observer)

La Grande sneaks by 5A Pendleton at home 

When you look good, you play good. At least that’s what junior Jake Powell said after the La Grande boys basketball team extended its winning streak to five games with a 64-55 win against Pendleton Thursday.

“It must be the new uniforms,” Powell said. “(Pendleton) is a good team. They’re quick. We just played pretty good defense, and hit some big shots late to pull it out.


Trophy hunting

The people of North Powder are lucky there’s not much to do in their small town. Otherwise, they might not know exactly who Marcus Pratt is.


Imbler canít catch Rockets

Imbler nearly pulled off the biggest win of the La Grande Optimist Christmas Classic on the biggest stage — the championship game. But, the Panther girls basketball team fell just short.

Class 1A Imbler fell in the championship game to Class 2A Pilot Rock 49-43.


Run and gun

The Powder Valley boys basketball team came to the La Grande Optimist Christmas Classic on a mission, and after three days accomplished its goal.

The Badgers claimed the championship Saturday with a 77-48 win against the Imbler.


Panthers breeze by depleted Cougars

The Imbler boys basketball team breezed by a depleted Wallowa team in the opening round of the La Grande Optimist Tournament Thursday.

The Cougars had six players on the bench due to the flu bug, and ran out of gas during a 58-22 win.


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